Plan your visit
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Notice: Visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park in the winter months? Check out what’s open
At the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, which divides Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, sits Bruce Peninsula National Park. This popular southern Ontario destination for hiking and camping is located about four hours from Toronto. With many access points such as Cyprus Lake, Singing Sands, Halfway Log Dump and the Visitor Centre, make sure to plan ahead and make a reservation.
Visitor centre and campground office hours of operation.
Make a reservation for campsites, yurt and parking.
Cyprus Lake Campground, Yurts, Backcountry, group and winter camping and nearby accommodations.
Daily visitor fees, camping and parking fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Accessible trails, camping, facilities and experiences.
Seasonal and local weather, and trends
Community services, tourism information.
Directions and distances to Bruce Peninsula National Park by car and ferry.
120 Chi sin tib dek Rd,
GPS: 45.257412 N, 81.655633 W
Cyprus Lake Campground:
Cyprus Lake Road,
GPS: 45.225937 N, 81.524772 W
Bruce Peninsula National Park is located 300 kilometres from Toronto, Ontario. Access the park via all-season highway.
The park is accessible from the south along Highway 6 or from the north via Owen Sound Transportation Company MS Chi-Cheemaun, which operates during the spring, summer and fall.
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